This summer season, the Ladies’s World Cup 2023 will see groups from the six main confederations head to Australia and New Zealand for a centre-piece event hailed because the end result of years of explosive progress within the sport. Expanded from 24 nations to 32, the month-long, 64-match occasion will shine a world highlight on stars like Alexia Putellas, Sam Kerr, Catarina Macario, and, contemporary from their historic European Championship win, England’s personal Lionessess.

However, as issues stand, it’ll be broadcast to an viewers of exactly nobody in nations like Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and England.